Deluxe Corn Stripper

Brand: RSVP International
Model: 8064
EAN: 0053796300571
Category: Food & Drinks
List Price: $24.95
Price: $21.73  (127 customer reviews)
You Save: $3.22 (13%)
Dimension: 2.75 x 10.50 x 2.75 inches
Shipping Wt: 0.06 pounds. FREE Shipping (Details)
Availability: In Stock.
Average Rating: 3.7 out of 5 stars
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Product Description

RSVP strives to offer quality kitchen products and cooking tools at competitive prices. Our RSVP Deluxe Corn Stripper is a perfect example. Our corn stripper makes quick work of removing kernels from the cob and best of all when the kernels are stripped from the cob, they are contained inside the cylinder eliminating wayward kernels and corn juice splatters. Remove corn kernels from fresh, frozen (defrost first) or cooked corn on the cob to prepare nutritious and delicious chowder, soup, or side dishes. Constructed from durable plastic with an 18/8 stainless steel blade. Overall size: 2-3/4-inches in diameter by 10-1/2-inches tall. All parts are dishwasher safe. Patented. When all the right people, and ingredients, kitchen tools, and food come together, we call this The Art of Gathering.


  • SIMPLE, SAFER, AND HELPFUL: This ingenious tool makes quick work of removing kernels from the cob. Best of all, when the kernels are stripped, they are contained inside the cylinder; it's also much safer than removing corn kernels with a knife
  • KEEP THINGS NEAT IN YOUR KITCHEN: Prevents wayward kernels from escaping and corn juice splatters
  • THE RIGHT SIZE: 2. 75 inches in diameter, 8 inches tall for the main see through compartment, 10. 5 inches tall overall
  • QUALITY CONSTRUCTION: Clear main compartment made with durable BPA-free food-grade #6 polystyrene, top and bottom cover are made from food-grade ABS, and blade is made with an 18/8 stainless steel blade
  • EASY TO USE AND CLEAN: Turn base CLOCKWISE to remove it for cleaning, dishwasher safe for quick and easy cleanup

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Top Reviews

Bad choice if you have arthritic hands.
by cartnor (1 out of 5 stars)
February 17, 2018

I bought this because it was given the best rating by America's Test Kitchen. More than a little potato squeezes up and out around the sides, but since it gets mashed as this happens, it can be scraped off into the container along with the riced potatoes. Just a little messy. Also, the plastic 'nibs' that have to be squeezed to release the part that holds the metal plate in place are small, VERY rigid and VERY difficult to squeeze enough to release it for cleaning. To me, it's a poor design. I used it many times, hoping it would wear in and become a little more flexible, but it never got any easier. Even my husband had trouble with it. Now it just takes up - a lot of - space. I think ATK totally missed the ball on this one. Especially if you have arthritic hands, I would look elsewhere. On the plus side, if you can get the thing apart, it is easy to clean.
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Deluxe? Not so much.
by @Hinovation (1 out of 5 stars)
June 9, 2017

I love the concept, I know what they are going for here but it needs stronger materials. When it worked it was awesome, but it was short lived. The corn stripper worked for seven of my ears of corn. The ears were not large, they fit perfectly into the intake cylinder. During the eighth ear the plastic lip succumbed to pressure and broke. I blame the thin plastic. Like I said good concept, but it needs stronger materials.
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Total Garbage! Buyer Beware!
by Amazzon User (1 out of 5 stars)
July 21, 2018

Complete garbage. Broke several ways the very first time I used it. I made it through about 4 ears before the bottom prong broke. Then two top holders busted off. Then on ear 6 the actual blade broke off and jammed up into the tube. And somewhere along the way the tube itself cracked too. So not only did it take FOREVER to arrive from China, I can't return it?!? Specifically because the shipping took so long accordingly to the return policy. So bummed because I was really excited too get this product.
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Waste of money, piece of junk!
by Ronda L. (1 out of 5 stars)
July 29, 2018

This looks like a great gadget, but it needs to be rethought, as it has too many problems. First, the bottom lid, that has teeth in it to hold onto the ear of corn, screws into the tube. As you put downward, rotational pressure on the top, the bottom unscrews. The device then slips off the countertop and makes quite a mess. Second, unless the ear of corn your stripping is the right size, and most of mine were not, the tube gets stuck halfway through. Thirdly, it's cheaply made, as mine came apart on the 20th ear of corn. Saving the worst for last, it's not returnable. So now I have an expensive piece of junk, too expensive to throw out, too big to keep. It just isn't worth it. Try something else.
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The BEST for de-watering veggies! Goodbye to slimy, wet squash and spinach!
by Pikay (5 out of 5 stars)
June 29, 2017

This thing is seriously awesome.

I've been trying really hard to add more veggies to my diet (and simultaneously subtract out some of the bad stuff in equal quantities).

The thing is, I don't hate vegetables. There are a lot of vegetables I'm perfectly happy to eat WHEN they're cooked by someone who knows what the heck he or she doing. When I cook them, though, they generally come out annoyingly not-delicious ... and they often tend to drip a lot of watery, not-delicious juice into other things on my plate that I'd be enjoying far more without the watery "assist."

Squash (of the zucchini and yellow variety) is high on the list of veggies I hate no matter WHO cooks them because of the inevitable "slimy" factor. Spinach, on the other hand, is something I love when cooked by someone competent, but manages to be barely edible when I cook it. I really like broccoli and cauliflower, and tried for a long time to pressure-cook these and then remove all the excess water so I could use the veggies in recipes ... and I'd find myself squeezing veggies for what felt like hours through rolled up cheesecloth (that instantly became soaked), and also blotting and blotting and blotting with paper towels.

So, realizing that half my battle with veggies is that I don't like a lot of them raw, but REALLY don't like watery, slimy cooked vegetables, I searched for an easier way to get water out of cooked (or, in some cases, just CUT) vegetables. And the universal recommendation seemed to be "Get a potato ricer." Which I had never heard of. But of course, I came to Amazon to search and read reviews.

I love, love, LOVE this thing. Now I can spiralize (oh, that's a separate WONDERFUL gizmo) squash into really easy-to-chop noodles and then toss those into a food processor and essentially turn the squash into a pile of tiny chunks. I salt these and let them sit in a strainer in the sink for half an hour to draw out as much moisture as possible. Then I rinse the salt off ... and then I spoon the squash into this gizmo (which I usually line with a paper towel) and give it a few good squeezes, turning it in my hands to let the water run out both sides. Then I pull out the paper-towel-wrapped "brick," open it up, and spill the now largely water-free squash bits into a bowl. From there, they can go into the oven for a lovely roast.

No slime. No wet. I end up with a jar of lovely roasted squash "crumbles" that I can add to just about a mix of any veggies of love and never even notice I'm eating squash.

And this thing is KILLER for de-watering spinach.

Easy to clean (especially if you use a small choose-a-size bit of paper towel as a liner). Easy to use. Lightweight. Not expensive. What's not to love? I'll be buying another so that I have a spare.
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The Only Way to Make Mashed Potatoes
by Andy (5 out of 5 stars)
April 15, 2017

RSVP Potato Ricer and Baby Food Strainer - White/Green

I bought this product because it was highly reviewed on an episode of America's Test Kitchen. It is essentially a really big garlic press. It is great for making mashed potatoes, which is what I use it for 95% of the time, but I imagine it would do a great job of processing/pureeing other foods as well. It is easy to use and does not place much strain on your hands. It also has an extension that allows it to rest over a pot, which is very useful. The plastic is sturdy, and it is easy to assemble and disassemble for cleaning.
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Very disappointed
by Waneta (1 out of 5 stars)
July 30, 2018

We were very excited to get this. So much so that my man went out and got some sweet corn immediately. We tried it on several cooked ears and it didn't work on any of them. We tried both ends of the cob. Even cut off the narrow end to see if that helped. All this did was push down on the cob and bend it. These were average sized cobs. Luckily I ordered another style stripper that worked perfectly. But we were really rooting for this one since it contained the kernels.
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Not for potatoes with skins!
by K. H. (3 out of 5 stars)
February 19, 2019

Hard to know how to rate this, because it feels like a sturdy, worthwhile product...if you happen to like peeling potatoes. But if, like me, you like the skins on/in your potatoes, or if you were simply planning on saving some time and just discarding the skins from the cup after squeezing through some cooked potatoes, I advise you to look elsewhere for a solution.

It was so tedious and laborious a task removing the skins from the cup that even had I wanted to discard them, this would have been a frustrating task. Now multiply that by every time you squeeze more potatoes through, and it becomes more trouble than it's worth.

I bought this because my grandmother used to mash potatoes with a mixer, but when I tried it, I ended up with glue, fast. I abandoned this gadget after one use and instead I do this: Mash by hand until most large lumps are gone (45-60 seconds), then add some liquid (I use broth) and use a mixer with beaters on low, also for less than 60 seconds.

I'm happy with the result.
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This makes great riced potatoes with the perfect consistency for making gnocchi ...
by JH (4 out of 5 stars)
January 22, 2018

This makes great riced potatoes with the perfect consistency for making gnocchi or smooth mashed potatoes, but you sure do get a workout in the process! I guess you can feel like you earned the right to enjoy the carbs after using this thing. Even though it's kind of a pain, I use this pretty much every time I make mashed potatoes now, because it noticeably improves the final texture.
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by KBrooks (1 out of 5 stars)
December 26, 2018

Most difficult potato masher I have every used! This would be great for the Hulk to use with his big muscles! Purchased to replace my other masher that I gave to my son, but when I used it on Thanksgiving I was very disappointed. I boxed it back up and donated at Goodwill the next day. Gross.

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